James J. Hux's answer If you believe you have been discriminated against because of your disability, you would probably benefit from speaking with an employment law attorney before accepting any severance agreement. Some attorneys will offer a free initial consultation.
Joseph Jaap's answer You can always move, but the landlord could sue you for rent if you do. The proper process is to give landlord written notice of the problems, then start paying your rent on time into escrow with your local court. Check the court web site for the escrow process.
Joseph Jaap's answer If the prior lease did not specify any advance notice for renewal or limits on rent increases, then the landlord can adjust the rent for renewal without any limitation. You can try to negotiate with landlord, but landlord can require the new rent, or require you to move.
Joseph Jaap's answer There is a chance that the court would start giving her time with the child now, and possibly full custody later. The court will determine what is in the best interest of the child based on all the testimony and evidence presented to the court. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to help you with that process.
Joseph Jaap's answer Start by retaining a local family law attorney to represent you in the court process. If she does move to a different state, and you want to pursue the matter, then it will be more complicated, and you will need an attorney, and possibly an attorney in the state to which she moves. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney.
Joseph Jaap's answer Father in law should meet with an estate planning attorney to review all the facts of the situation. The attorney can discuss various options of how to accomplish what he wants to do. It could be as simple as executing an affidavit, but he should also have a will, a living will, and financial and health care powers of attorney. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to find a local estate planning attorney to meet with him.
Joseph Jaap's answer You probably have no legal obligation to him if you had no knowledge of the ownership of the things he left behind. It is between him and the company to whom he sold the property. But if he files a lawsuit and names you as a defendant, then you should obtain an attorney to represent you.
Joseph Jaap's answer Before doing that, if you have any other family members, teachers, or trusted adults to talk to about it, you should do that first. But you can call the local children's services office. They will investigate and could move you into foster care.
Joseph Jaap's answer The mother would have the opportunity to appear at the guardianship hearing, and the court could subpoena her to appear. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles guardianships to review the facts and advise you.
Joseph Jaap's answer If he did not appear at the hearing that set the garnishment, and if the time for appeal has passed, then he might not be able to change it. He could use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local consumer law attorney or a bankruptcy attorney.
Joseph Jaap's answer Your custody order or the local court rules probably require you to file a notice of intent to relocate with the court that has jurisdiction of the custody. The court then notifies the grandparents, and there can be a court hearing. The court will then review all the facts and determine any changes to the custody order, and could require that your son continue to see the grandparents, which would effectively make it impossible for you to move. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a local...
Matthew Williams' answer You can fight anything. The question is whether you will win or not. You’re probably better served by negotiating with the prosecutor to get it amended to a no point violation.
Joseph Jaap's answer Did you tell landlord about it? If the apartment is not habitable, then you must move out. If landlord won't pay the extra cost of your alternate living accommodations, then you would have to sue landlord to get reimbursement for that and for replacement of any lost property you have to replace. If landlord cannot fix the apartment in a reasonable time, ask for an early lease termination.
Joseph Jaap's answer If tenant violates a term of the lease by having friends after 10, then landlord can file an eviction against the tenant. Even if the court does not grant the eviction, an eviction is a permanent court record, and a future landlord can find it in the records, making it difficult for the tenant to rent in the future.
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